Announcing the MotoringBlogs Automotive and Motorcycling Blog Network

First I want to say how much fun I’ve had bringing readers at the diamonds in the rough over the past 4 years. I have really enjoyed connecting with like minded enthusiasts and I look forward to making that experience even more meaningful moving ahead.

Now it is time to take my career more seriously, and that means making a transition from passive enthusiast to eventual full-time automotive and motorcycling, web and blogging specialist. I’m a bit premature in the announcement of this plan, but I want to keep readers in the loop!

The most immediate and visible change is that I am splitting the topics that are most popular at into their own blogs: German Cars For Sale Blog and Rare SportBikes For Sale. If you’re a fan of, you’ll love these two blogs! They both follow the familiar “best of for sale” listings and resource guides you’re used to at this site, but both have much nicer .rss and email subscription options than I have utilized before. I hope you’ll consider subscribing. If not, don’t worry, I’ll still be highlighting these new blogs on on a regular basis.

These two blogs are the first to be part of my new automotive blog network, MotoringBlogs. My hope for the network is two fold:

  1. Provide greater focus and detail to the automotive and motorcycling niche that the enthusiast searches for. The ability to provide more than a highlight reel or summary of information, and instead cater to the intense and educated enthusiast with detailed and opinionated editorial blog content.
  2. Build a network of authors, websites, and enthusiast readers that grow together to gain access and knowledge via an entertaining and informative blogging style to address sports cars, motorcycles, amateur motorsports, and the latest in breaking industry news.

The MotoringBlogs concept is in it’s infancy, but will grow quickly. More details will follow in the coming months. I will of course keep readers informed first!

I hope you’ll find MotorBlogs to be an even better resource than has been and I welcome your feedback in the comments below.


Automotive Classifieds of Interest German Cars For Sale

Super Low Miles BMW e30 M3 For Sale: As in only 4k Miles!

BaT has once again spotted an amazing e30 M3, but this time, it’s a museum piece with only 4k miles!

Museum BMW e30 M3 Alpine For Sale

The asking price is $59,500. Yes it’s alot, but as stated in their post, this could be the lowest mileage, privately held, e30 M3 in existence.

Question of the day: If you woke up and found $60k in your account earmarked for an M3, would you buy the original in like new condition, or would you buy a brand new e92? Leave a comment with your choice.


Automotive Classifieds of Interest

1991 BMW e30 M3 For Sale: Awesome Original Alpinweiss!

Naturally I’m a sucker for the alpinweiss M3’s, and this example with 63k miles and $22k asking seems to fall right in line with current asking prices for clean and documented e30 M3’s:

1991 BMW e30 M3 for sale on Roadfly
1991 BMW e30 M3 For Sale alpinweiss

I still think that $20k+ is too much for an e30 M3, but that doesn’t mean I’m not totally star struck when I see one!

Check out other e30 BMW M3’s posted on


Update: This listing is very out of date. Why not check out one of these BMW e30 M3’s on eBay right now:

[AffomaticEbay]e30 M3[/AffomaticEbay]